The Junior Auxiliary, initially made up of daughters of The Twenty-Five Club members, was established in 1957. The main responsibilities of this group was to organized and manage “The Magee Cradle Roll” and serve as aids at the dinner dances. For a donation of $5.00 or more, your baby’s name would be inscribed on the Monthly Cradle Roll displayed in the hospital lobby, and after one year’s time, permanently bound into the Cradle Roll Book. With India Ink, each mother would register her baby’s name, birthdate and weight using her own handwriting. All the proceeds benefited infant research.